Could the next 14 years be any different? A pilot plan of sorts, the Just Energy Transition Partnership, may give us a clue. JETPs, as climate insiders call them, target coal-fired power plants, which are the top source of greenhouse gases globally, out-polluting even oil-burning vehicles. They’ve got battle-scarred climate warriors venturing a bit of optimism. “These JETPs are a really important step forward in emissions reduction in some of the biggest countries of the world,” says Jake Schmidt, director for international climate at the Natural Resources Defense Council.
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